Spring has finally sprung and with it comes brighter weather and longer evenings. Easter is just around the corner and the mid-term is a great opportunity for a family break. Taking regular family trips allows you to break from the hustle and bustle of daily stresses like work and school, and reconnect, making happy memories as a family. There are plenty of family-friendly things to do in Newcastle either under shelter or if the weather allows, exploring the great outdoors. PREMIER SUITES serviced apartments in Newcastle provide the perfect family accommodation with space, facilities and value for money that a traditional hotel could not compete with. Here are some highlights of Easter in Newcastle.
Easter in Newcastle for Families
While the Easter mid-term is a great time to spend time as a family, it’s usually full of complaints of being bored by children. If you’re planning a trip to Newcastle this Easter break, they won’t have a chance to get bored with plenty of Easter fun for all ages. Enjoy the Children’s Easter Party at St James’ Park on Thursday 6th April from 10am. Your little ones can enjoy games, Easter egg painting and a surprise visit from the mischievous Peter Rabbit with children’s party food included in the cost. If you miss the magic of Christmas panto, never fear, Bobby Davro and co. are hosting an Easter panto telling the story of Rapunzel and her magical hair. The Easter panto is showing on 8th & 9th April in Tyne Theatre and Opera House.
Indoor Fun for Families in Newcastle
The arrival of Spring brings longer evenings & brighter days but it doesn’t guarantee the weather will be dry! Luckily there are family activities in Newcastle to suit all weather. Enjoy a trip to the Discovery Museum to learn more about the history of Newcastle and our impact on science, discovery and technology in a fun and interactive way. For a really fun day out, walk just 5 minutes from our serviced apartments in Newcastle to Mr Mullins for a fantastic game of mini golf you won’t forget. If you’re at a loose end, there is always a trip to the cinema. Load up on popcorn and your favourite sweet treats and enjoy the latest blockbuster in Cineworld Newcastle, transporting yourself to a land far away and a time long forgotten all from the comfort of your chair.
Outdoor Things to do in Newcastle
If you’re lucky enough to visit Newcastle on a sunny Spring day (it does happen, we promise!), get out and enjoy the great outdoors before mother nature changes her mind. Exhibition Park is about 15 minutes by public bus and is part of an extensive and well-kept green space beloved by locals and visitors. The park has a Victorian bandstand and a small boating lake home to swans and ducks. It’s the perfect place for a family picnic. Little discoverers will love a trip to Life Science Centre, which has both indoor and outdoor activities to enjoy. A day here will feed the minds of young people with brain-teasing exhibits and spectacular demonstrations that they control. Adventurers will love an afternoon spent mid-air in Newcastle Trampoline Park where they can practice acrobatics in a controlled environment. Parents can take part too, if you’re brave enough!
PREMIER SUITES Serviced Apartments Newcastle.
Before you add to your ‘things to do in Newcastle’ lists, book the ideal family accommodation in the heart of the city. PREMIER SUITES serviced apartments offer more space, better facilities and more convenience than hotels, meaning you can make yourself at home even if it’s just for a weekend. The fully equipped kitchen makes preparing meals or packing lunches a pleasure and our one and two-bedroom suites mean you have space for all of the family. Freshen up after a long day of exploring in the family-sized bathroom and use the living space to relax and watch TV before bed. Complimentary Wi-Fi will keep even the most restless minds occupied. Enjoy our lowest available rates and exclusive access to our special offers by booking your stay on our website. Treat your family to an Easter Break in Newcastle and make memories you’ll treasure forever. Book soon to avoid disappointment as Easter is a really busy time for our serviced apartments in Newcastle.